Plans move ahead for public-safety building

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by Dennis Dalman The gears are in motion to proceed with plans for a Sartell Public-Safety building that would house both the city’s police department and its fire department. The city hopes to approve the start of construction next year with the building’s opening in 2020. A tentative site for the project is a 15-acre lot south on Pinecone

April 20 St. Joseph people

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                                  Andrew Rudd of St. Joseph, a student at the St Cloud  Technical & Community College, was one of five students who won first place at the SkillsUSA 2018 State Competition. Rudd represented the medium/heavy truck program. He will next attend national competition in Louisville,

Peterson announces bid for mayor

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by Dennis Dalman Longtime Sartell City Council member David Peterson announced Tuesday he intends to file for mayor in the Nov. 6 general election. Sarah Jane Nicoll is the current Sartell mayor but she has announced that she will not seek re-election. On that day, voters will decide three positions on the council: mayor, Peterson’s seat and Pat Lynch’s

Kate Hennessy, granddaughter of Dorothy Day, to speak April 17 at CSB

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by Cori Hilsgen Kate Hennessy, the youngest of Dorothy Day’s nine grandchildren, will speak at 7:30 p.m. Tuesday, April 17, at the College of St. Benedict Gorecki Center 204 AB. Hennessy is the author of “Dorothy Day: The World Will be Saved by Beauty: An Intimate Portrait of My Grandmother.” The book is the story of her grandmother’s extraordinary

Sartell man grows turkey tree

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contributed photoTodd Fritz of Sartell recently noticed something different growing from his tree this year compared to other seasons. He states, "Even though I don't think we will ever get apples this year, our turkey tree seems to be doing well. Some of the ripe ones have already fallen from the tree."

Business leaders urged to plan for threats

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by Mike Knaak St. Joseph Police Chief Joel Klein urged business leaders Wednesday, April 11, to develop a plan for active threats. Klein spoke at the St. Joseph Chamber of Commerce meeting a week after an attack occurred at the YouTube headquarters in San Bruno, Calif. “We like to talk to businesses. What is your plan? Have you thought